Into which party’s hands does this outrage play?
As crucial elections approach, pay attention to these shocking conversations with election officials in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
According to the well-funded Pew Center on the States, Arizona’s most populous county — Maricopa County — has been at the forefront of technological advancements, implementing savings of more than $1 million over five years by providing online registration, reducing the county’s dependence on paper forms and manual data entry.
Swell. But the fundamental of issue of ballot security was mysteriously omitted from Pew’s report.
Americans must have confidence in the integrity of our voting process. Although we are required to provide state-issued photo ID for such mundane matters as cashing a check, renting a movie or purchasing alcohol, laxity is a by-product of the push to ensure more people vote. State-issued photo ID and proof of citizenship should be basic and reasonable requirements in order for a person to register as a voter or cast a ballot.
Yet where is the security in registering online and requesting an early ballot that allows for voting at your kitchen table? The ballot is then conveniently dropped in a mailbox — all without out ever encountering an election official to verify identification. This blatant hijacking of ballot integrity must be addressed.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has accused the Obama administration of impeding the state voter ID laws in a blatant attempt to enable illegal aliens to vote in the upcoming elections. Read more here.
H/T Project Veritas for video